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Robert Crawford Scott Jr. ’33

Published in Apr. 21, 2004, issue

Bob Scott died in Grass Valley, Calif., Jan. 5, 2002. He was 88.

He attended the Asheville School for Boys. He dropped out of Princeton after two years and transferred to the U. of North Carolina. After graduating, he received a master's in business from Harvard Business School.

He married Ethel Lindstrom in 1942 and served in the Army from 1942-46 as a 1st lieutenant.

Most of Bob's working career was spent with Fairchild Corp. as a comptroller. He retired early, at age 54, to write plays, but this did not work out. He went to school at Arizona State to be a schoolteacher. After several years teaching at a boys' school, he began working as an accountant for Maricopa County, Ariz. His son moved him to California because of ill health. His wife, Ethel, predeceased him, as did a son and a daughter. He is survived by his son Richard.

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